Tanenbaum’s 2013 Survey of American Workers and Religion, conducted in March 2013, provides a comprehensive picture of American workers’ experiences with religious discrimination and bias in workplaces, as well as their perceptions of discrimination in American society.


    What American Workers Really Think About Religion: Tanenbaum’s 2013 Survey of American Workers and Religion

    Working with Public Religion Research LLC, an independent research organization based in the District of Columbia, Tanenbaum conducted a nationally representative survey documenting the experiences of American workers. In addition to presenting a clear picture of what is working and not working regarding religious diversity in American workplaces, this survey provides insights into how workers feel about religious discrimination and accommodation and, how they are being treated in general. As such, the survey presents data that suggest future trends and proactive steps companies can take to minimize disruption in years to come.

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